This is an all original Red plastic seat back #8 Steve Young RARE that removed during 2015 demolition. Great for Autographs, matching players uniform number. Letter of authenticity from Authentic Stadium Seats.
Please Inquire on other seat backs available: (I have other numbers available please ask). Below are some of the most popular. #16 Joe Montana, #8 Steve Young , #33 Roger Craig, #80 Jerry Rice, #42 Ronnie Lott. #87 Dwight Clark, #21 Deion Sanders, #21 Eric Wright , #21 Frank Gore, #22 Dwight Hicks, #18 Gene Washington, #20 Garrison Hearst, #14 YA Tittle, #5 Jeff Garcia, #44 Tom Rathman, #10 Jimmy Grappalo , #7 Colin Kaepernick , #12 John Brodie Etc... #22 Jack Clark, #22 Will Clark , #27 Juan Marichal, #24 Willie Mays, #25 Barry Bonds, #30 Orlando Cepeda, #44 Willie McCovey, #9 Matt Williams, #21 Jeff Kent, #36 Gaylord Perry, #6 JT Snow, #23 Felipe Alou, #30 Chili Davis, #35 Rich Aurilia , #14 Vida Blue , #40 Madison Bumgarner, #15 Bruce Bochy Etc..
I also have other stadium seat backs: Bush Stadium (St Louis) , Milwaukee, New Jersey Meadowlands (NY Giants) , LA Dodgers, Atlanta Braves. Tiger Stadium (Detroit) , Anaheim Angeles, Shea Stadium (NY Mets). Ground was broken in 1958 for the stadium and the Giants selected the name of Candlestick Park, after a name-the-park contest on March 3, 1959. It was the first modern baseball stadium, as it was the first to be built entirely of reinforced concrete.
Then-Vice President Richard Nixon threw out the first baseball on the opening day of Candlestick Park on April 12, 1960, and the Oakland Raiders played the final three games of the 1960 season and their entire 1961 American Football League season at Candlestick. The stadium was enclosed during the winter of 197071 in preparation for the 49ers who were moving from their long time home of Kezar Stadium, with stands built around the outfield.The result was that the wind speed dropped marginally, but often swirled around throughout the stadium, and the view of San Francisco Bay was lost. Candlestick as seen shortly after it was built in its original open grandstand configuration before being enclosed. Candlestick played host to two Major League Baseball All-Star Games in its life as home for the Giants. The stadium hosted the first of two games in 1961 and later hosted the 1984 All-Star Game. The Giants played a total of six postseason series at Candlestick; they played host to the National League Championship Series in 1971, 1987, and 1989, the World Series in 1962 and 1989, and one Division Series in 1997.
The 49ers hosted eight NFC Championship games during their time at Candlestick. The first of these was in January 1982 when Dwight Clark caught a game-winning touchdown pass from Joe Montana to lead the 49ers to their first Super Bowl by defeating the Dallas Cowboys. Clark's play went down as one of the more famous in football history, and was dubbed "The Catch". The last of these came in January 2012, when Lawrence Tynes kicked a field goal in overtime to defeat the 49ers and send the New York Giants to their fifth Super Bowl. The most recent postseason game hosted by the 49ers at Candlestick was the Divisional Playoff matchup between the 49ers and the Green Bay Packers, won by the 49ers by a score of 45-31.The 49ers' record in NFC Championship games at Candlestick was 4-4; they defeated the Cowboys twice, in 1981 and 1994, the Chicago Bears in 1984, and the Los Angeles Rams in 1989. Their losses came against the Cowboys in 1992, the Giants in 1990 and 2012, and the Packers in 1997. In addition to Clark's famous touchdown catch, two more plays referred to as "The Catch" took place during games at Candlestick. The play dubbed "The Catch II" came in the 1998 Wild Card round, as Steve Young found Terrell Owens for a touchdown with eight seconds left to defeat the two-time defending NFC Champion Packers. The play called "The Catch III" came in the 2011 Divisional Playoffs, when Alex Smith threw a touchdown pass to Vernon Davis with nine seconds remaining to provide the winning margin against the New Orleans Saints. The final baseball game was played on September 30, 1999, against their long time rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers, who won 94. The 49ers played their final game at Candlestick Park on Monday, December 23, 2013 against the Atlanta Falcons, winning 3424.
Welcome to Authentic Stadium Seats. Since 1998 we have been Authenticating stadium memorabilia. We have participated in over 15 Nationals, appeared in numerous SCD (Sports Collectors Digest) articles. Help in seat removal of Milwaukee County Stadium, Tiger Stadium and St Louis Busch Stadium.The item "Candlestick Park Stadium seat back 8 Steve Young San Francisco 49ers Red" is in sale since Sunday, September 2, 2018. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Vintage Sports Memorabilia\Other Vintage Sports Mem". The seller is "1234stlouis" and is located in O'Fallon, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.